Ray-Ban Wayfarer Fleck Collection

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Style

Since the 1950s, Ray-Ban’s beloved Wayfarer sunglasses have been experiencing immense success, and with the release of the Ray-Ban Wayfarer Fleck Collection for the upcoming summer season, we can only imagine that trend will continue.

This series features several different color options, all of which feature the classic tortoiseshell pattern around the frames themselves. The colors including pink, green, blue and gold infused with chestnut brown, along with a set of solid black arms to finish off the look. To help you stand out further from the crowd, Ray-Ban will also be offering up your choice of either light-absorbing lenses in matching shades or a more pricey B-15 polarized finish. The sunglasses have just started hitting select retailers, including the official Ray-Ban store. [Purchase]

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